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Professor Natalie Brito was recently featured on CBS Mornings discussing the important topic of raising kids to embrace their cultural heritage. She shares her opinions around culture, racism and discrimination and the importance of talking about these openly as a family. Watch the clip on Twitter to find out why!
Click to read this interesting article from Inside Edition and see what Dr. Brito had to say about toddlers and young children using knives in the kitchen!
This is the first study to examine dual language and socioeconomic status (SES) differences in both structural brain and cognitive development in a sample of 562 participants (281 monolingual users and 281 dual-language users) ages 3-20 years. Bilingualism has been associated with different patterns of brain development than monolingualism, and some studies have even reported differences between bilinguals and monolinguals…
Tuck.com has written an article about how important sleep is for infants and children of different ages. Check out the article here
Learn more about Dr. Brito and the other 18 recipients here!
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Watch Professor Natalie Brito on Science Goes to the Movies talk about Netflix’s “Julie’s Greenroom” and the impact of arts education on early cognitive development! Watch it here: http://www.cuny.tv/show/sciencegoestothemovies/PR2006758